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"microsoft/windowsservercore" - Windows Base Image
What is the Windows Base Image, "microsoft/windowsservercore"?
If you want to build any Docker images for Windows platform, you should take a look at the Windows base image first.
1. Search for Windows related images:
C:\fyicenter> docker search windows microsoft/windowsservercore The official Windows Server Core base image 653 microsoft/windowsservercore-insider The official Windows Server Core insider bas… 30 dockcross/windows-x64 64-bit Windows cross-compiler based on MXE/M… 9 cloudfoundry/windows2016fs 4 coderobin/windows-sdk-10.1 Windows SDK 10.1 for Windows Container (base… 3 dockcross/windows-x86 32-bit Windows cross-compiler based on MXE/M… 3 surazzarus/windows7-starter 3 dockcross/windows-static-x64 1 dockcross/windows-static-x86 0 ...
2. Pull the microsoft/windowsservercore image:
C:\fyicenter> docker pull microsoft/windowsservercore Using default tag: latest Error response from daemon: manifest for microsoft/windowsservercore:latest not found: manifest unknown: manifest unknown
So, the official Windows base image does not have a "latest" build in the Docker hub. See next tutorial on how to resolve the issue.
⇒ "microsoft/windowsservercore:latest not found" Error
⇐ Building Docker Images for Windows
⇑ Building Docker Images for Windows
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